Landlords have an obligation to keep tenants safe by conducting annual servicing on gas appliances and issuing a Landlords' Gas Safety Certificate, but is that still possible during lockdown? Here is some guidance for landlords.
If you own properties that you rent out you have a legal responsibility to make sure they are safe for your tenants. You have to make sure that all gas appliances, pipework, chimneys and flues in the property are safe by having them serviced annually by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. They will then provide you with a Landlords’ Gas Safety Certificate, also known as a CP12. You need to provide a copy of this to your tenants within 28 days and whenever a new tenant moves in. Here's what you need to know.
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